Manipulative and soft tissue techniques


Subject carrier


The student is informed about the subject:
– Historical overview and approaches
– Biomechanical and kinesiological basics of manipulative techniques (anatomy, functional anatomy, movement, functional disturbance of motion, pain, sensory, soft tissue, postisometric relaxation) …
– Principles and procedures for using manipulation techniques to reduce pain, increase and / or maintain OG, reduce swelling, inflammation and limitation, achieve relaxation, improve elasticity of contractility and uncontractable tissue
– Continuing knowledge from reflexotherapy
– Trigger Point Therapy
– Theoretical basics of manipulation techniques
– Backbone conections
– Indications and contraindications
– Lumbar spine – evaluation
– Lumbar spine rotation – manipulation
– Lumbar spine extension / flexion
– Breast spine – assessment
– Breast spine – manipulation of A / P and ribs
– Breast spine – seated
– Upper chest spine – rotation
– Doorway back + stability testing
– The backbone – manipulation
– Clinical decision making and manipulation
– active participation in an interprofessional team